I mean if everything is run behind a router (though I guess you might need to add your own) how would they know how many devices are being used?
This sounds like a test. I mean if an applicant was willing to give out their facebook password for a job, it's be clear that they were bribeable and shouldn't be guarding prisoners.
>This is why more money = more problems after a certain level.
You are just being paranoid.
Also, crooks go after people without a lot of money hoping that they think they don't have enough to steal.
> But if they cancel Saturdays then they aren't as advantageous.
I'd cancel Wednesday personally.
>But not the men in it too?
You are of course correct.
> Why just last week I read an incisive essay on abortion rights as they pertain to the legacy of feminist voting patterns in post-Industrial America in last month's issue of "Big & Bouncy".
I guess you never read Playboy.
If you believe in Free Speech you will defend even those you disagree with.
However, not being able to shout fire in a full theatre is censorship that I have trouble arguing against.
Censorship of sexuality is what kept information about birth control from women in the 19th Century and Abortion in the early 20th.
Censorship of porn is censorship of women. Literally.
>But seriously folks...the new iPhone hardware and many of the additions they are making to the OS are really great...but I'm sorry, I still can't get past the walled garden.
These phones are not for people like you or me. They are for our grandmothers.
I just can't resist the paradox I've created by choosing always lie.
When I was interning at the VA I noticed that one of the public computers for the vets to use had spyware on it. IT was contacted, ran their one program, but the spyware was still there. They said that's all they can do. Government IT people don't go crazy by not realizing that their marching orders are insane. Also have no undergrad at all probably doesn't help.
>And, yes, this method only works on sufficiently large programs -- there are only a handful of ways of doing "Hello World." But, nobody cheats on "Hello World."
How would you know?
>Are games themselves generally composed of art? Yes.
A game is not art any more than an art gallery is art. A game is a collection of many arts but which art you see and which you don't see isn't the art, just a choice.
A game is a way to view art, the viewing process is not the art.